ambivalence @ 05/05/19, 21:01
then advise com.medhaapps.wififtpserver. he just writes to the card
Thanks for the link. However, Wi-Fi FTP-server the latest version 1.8.4 is onsavagemessiahzine.com://savagemessiahzine.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=937070
I tried it, works fine. However, access to the SD-card it does not have exactly the same as that
FTP Server by Pieter Pareit version 2.19 (and other versions).
Perhaps we did not understand each other.
When I wrote about SD-card, you mean the real SD-card (mine is 8GB Micro-SD) that is inserted into the phone slot near Simcoe. I have a sd-card is mounted as / storage / 6332-3166, and write access to it via ftp servers there (no).
And you under "recording on SD" probably had in mind the folder / sdcard, which is usually based on the following:
$ Ls / sdcard /
By the way Wi-Fi FTP-server also believes in its SD terminology, it is / sdcard), which (in my case) is merely a symbolic link that leads to the folder / storage / emulated / 0, which is a folder located in one of the sections internal flash memory of the phone. Those. it is not a separate SD-card. There I have write access through both the ftp server (FTP Server by Pieter Pareit version 2.19, and through the Wi-Fi FTP-server).
Most likely write access depends on the user its sd-card is configured.
In android starting with 5 or 6 may be external sd-map format in a special way and used as the internal (if possible path / sdcard will be located on the real sd-card). I did not use this mode since I'm afraid of bugs associated with it, read it somewhere, I do not remember. So I have an android that my sd-card is a removable card, and must therefore write access via ftp to me it does not, do not have enough rights.Post has been editeddimedrol7 - 06.05.19, 11:59